African Cats Safari
The ultimate wildlife experience.
Celebrating the release of Disneynature’s new documentary African Cats, The Ultimate Travel Company is offering a unique safari in aid of Tusk which will highlight the charity's ground breaking community conservation work across Africa. The experience combines the very best of Kenya in classic lodges set in the heart of the country's leading game viewing areas. Throughout, the very comfortable accommodation offers a high level of personal service, exceptional game viewing and a wide variety of activities.
For every African Cats Safari booked before 31 July 2012, The Ultimate Travel Company will make a donation to Tusk.
Beginning in the beautiful surroundings of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy - a 62,000-acre conservancy on the northern slopes of Mount Kenya, this safari explores the rolling hills and game-rich savannah by 4WD, horseback or on foot. Here you will also have the opportunity to experience first hand some of the many projects the charity supports. A flight to the Masai Mara, Kenya’s world-class game reserve, takes you to Rekero Camp where the African Cats documentary was filmed between 2008-2010. From this perfectly pitched tented camp, spectacular game drives offer some of Africa's best game viewing and a front row seat for the annual wildebeest migration.
Day 1: Depart London. Days 2/4: Arrive Nairobi and fly to Lewa. Game Viewing and activities. Three nights Lewa Wilderness. Days 5/8: Fly to Masai Mara. Game Viewing. Four nights Rekero Camp. Days 8/9: Fly to London via Nairobi.
For more information please contact The Ultimate Travel Company: 020 7386 4646; theultimatetravelcompany.co.uk
“Today, perhaps more than ever before, Africa’s natural heritage – this incredible, sustainable resource for our and future generations – is gravely threatened.
This is why Tusk’s PACE programme is so vital, educating local people to create a sustainable life balance with the wonders of Africa’s nature. Already, it has made a real difference. Going into the future, it represents one of the most powerful tools to strengthen communities, combat poaching and save what is irreplaceable.”